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Woodland Valley Ranch Property Owners Association

Come see the big skies of Woodland Valley Ranch - located north of St Johns, Arizona off Hwy 191

**ANNOUNCEMENTS & RANCH NEWS**

November 1, 2014:  Effective immediately, Rosie Road is permanently closed.  The Dale Dr extension is complete and all areas previously accessed via Rosie Road are accessible via Dale.  Rosie Road will no longer be maintained by the WVR POA. If you choose to travel on this route, it is at your own risk.

January 1, 2015: During the June 2014 Annual Membership meeting it was announced that all road naming by individual owners had ceased.  Since that time the Board is still receiving requests to name roads at the ranch.  All road naming, signage and mapping projects are the Board's responsibility and discretion moving forward.  No further road naming requests will be considered.

January 31, 2015: Due to the high cost of maintaining that section of Rincon Rd that traverses the wash, it has been closed indefinitely.  Rincon Rd is no longer a "thru road".  The road name will be changed to S. Rincon and N. Rincon to reflect there is no through way on that route and to alleviate confusion.  Contact the Board if you need assistance with directions.

April 25, 2015: The Blanco Wash crossing is completed!  Heltzel & Sons, with the assistance of some property owners that volunteered to help, finished the project in record time.  The culverts were retrieved from the Rincon Valley area (click here for photo documentary) and re-purposed for the Blanco Wash project (click here for photo documentary) which resulted in great savings for the association.  Thank you John Heltzel for taking time out of your busy schedule to prepare these photo documents for us.

March 28, 2016: It has come to the attention of the POA Board that some people are opening gates at the ranch and leaving them open.  Any gate you open and drive through, MUST be closed behind you without exception.

As everyone who owns property at WVR reasonably knows, we share this area with cattle.  Arizona's open range and grazing laws are very protective of ranchers and their rights.  Anytime you leave a gate open and cattle go into an area they are not supposed to be, you are responsible for any damage caused to those cattle as a result.  If you are caught, you will be held liable for damages to the rancher's cattle/property, as well as incur potential fines by the POA.

Be good neighbors!  The gates are there for a reason, please return them to a closed position when you travel through them.  Most of the gates on the roadways at WVR are owned and maintained by the POA, which means our annual dues pay for them, so please be respectful and use the gates properly.

January 6, 2017: The well has been out of commission for a few days due to repairs to leaking pipe fittings.  Board member Zolin Moses and a couple of volunteer members have been working on repairing the leaks. MEMBERS NOTE: Do not attempt to adjust any of the fittings, or the hose, in the well box.  If you see repairs that need to be made, notify a Board member immediately.

All members should have received notice by now that the weekly water allotment has been reduced to 500 gallons per week with no carry-overs.  The 500 gallon restriction applies to one owner of record only!  If more than one person owns property, or the property is owned by a business or partnership, the allotment is still 500 gallons/week.  The water level in the well has decreased and we must all work together to assure that this finite resource is not unnecessarily wasted.